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I owned this book!!!

I owned this book!!!

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azspot:

Chappatte

azspot:

Chappatte

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plizm:

Cheyenne, October 2013 - Brooklyn, NY
Amanda Jasnowski

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peacecorps:

"I feel very fortunate to be a part of something that is so inspiring and positive."

Peace Corps Volunteers Host Nepal’s first Camp GLOW (Girls Leading Our World)

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drowningxlessons:

livers:

GIRLS AGAINST CAT CALLING 2014

flowurdust:

drowningxlessons:

livers:

GIRLS AGAINST CAT CALLING 2014

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I see that some people have become a bit upset with how the police are conducting themselves recently. They declare that the police need to be reminded that “they work for us, not the other way around.” This statement expresses an utterly naive and untutored idea.

The police don’t work for us, if by “us” we mean you, me, and at least 95 percent of the rest of the population. On the contrary: we work for them, literally; we work to earn money and acquire wealth that they take forcibly from us for their own support, either by taxation or by outright confiscation (civil forfeiture). The cops don’t work for us; they never worked for us. They work now, as they have always worked, for the government, which is to say, for the small part of the population that has any non-negligible control over the government at any level — federal, state, or local. Certainly no more than 5 percent of the population has any such control. More likely the percentage is 1 percent or less of the population.

The cops themselves know damned well whom they work for, and they know it’s not “us.” If it were us, they would not be treating us as they are; nor would we tolerate such treatment for even a moment.

Robert Higgs (via unfashionablehumanism)

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buttonpoetry:

Watch the full poem: Javon Johnson - “cuz he’s black”

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